Fire Collection | Buy AAAA Premium Weed Online in Canada

Medically Reviewed on Feb 24th, 2021 by Dr. K Langdon

Experience the meaning of connoisseur quality marijuana with the Just Cannabis AAAA Weed Fire Collection. Find the best deals and lowest prices on our premium cannabis flowers. Buy AAAA weed online with confidence and enjoy a steady supply of reliable top-shelf buds. 

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Afghani

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Bakerstreet

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Blueberry Cheesecake

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Chem Dawg

$31.00$233.00

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King Louis XIII

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Mendo Breath

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Motorbreath

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Pine Tar Kush

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Pink Kush

$32.00$239.00

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Pink x Green Crack

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Strawberry Cough

$30.00$220.00

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Tom Ford

$32.00$239.00

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Venom OG

$33.00$249.00

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Walter White

$30.00$220.00
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Ace Of Spade

$31.00$233.00
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Black Domina

$32.00$229.00
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Blue Cheese

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Blue God

$31.00$233.00
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Chronic Kush

$29.00$217.00
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Critical Mass

$29.00$164.00

Written By: Just Cannabis Staff

Medically Review By: Dr. Kimberly Langdon, M.D.

Updated On: Feb 24, 2021

What are Fire Collection Buds?

You might be wondering what exactly is AAAA premium weed. These fire collection buds look amazing with trichomes (crystals) caked on the flower. Top shelf weed has a strong fragrance and tastes just as good as it looks and smells. On top of that, these high-quality cannabis buds pack quite the punch with their high potency THC levels. So browse through the Just Cannabis Fire Collection and experience what it truly means to smoke weed. We aspire to find the best of the best strains that are sure to set you lit. Not only are they a real sight to behold, but hold a bud in your hand and smell it for yourself. You will know this is indeed fire! 

Fire buds are every cannabis connoisseur’s dream. They look incredible, smell amazing, and taste even better. These top-shelf buds are caked with crystals and are some of the most potent marijuana in Canada. These flawless marijuana flowers are sure to take weed smoking to a whole new level.

For a more detailed breakdown, you can check out our guide to all things cannabis

 

Is There a Grading System to Know Which Weed is the Best?

Yes, we have a grading system that categorizes weed into different categories based on its efficacy and the cultivation/extraction technique. Since the boom in the cannabis industry in the 1980s, there has been a dire need to have a system. This system differentiates between the good-quality and average-quality weed. Canada came up with a design that initially graded weed into three categories, i.e., from grade-A to grade AAA. Later on, after discovering weed that was better and different from the first three categories, the grade “AAAA” was introduced, consequently increasing the grading system from A to AAAA+. There are numerous grading systems, but the Canadian system of A-AAAA+ remains the most common and preferred. 

The purpose of weed grading is to differentiate between plants picked and handled cautiously and those that have been stripped off most of their potency and the THC-content as a result of chemical and mechanical extraction. We allot each grade to a specific batch rather than a particular weed strain. Grading occurs through a series of tests that determine the quality of the product. However, one specific grade cannot be the only determining factor for what the consumer might experience. It takes time and patience for the consumer to thoroughly familiarise themself with the different tastes, textures, and colours of the graded weed and distinguish them from each other. 

 

Typical Benefits of Using Marijuana

People use marijuana for various reasons, and the effects felt will depend heavily on what type of weed you are smoking. One thing for sure is that any AAAA weed from the JustCannabis Fire Collection is sure to pack a punch. 

For instance, Sativa strains are generally for daytime or afternoon use because of increases in energy, happiness and mood. In contrast, indica strains typically make the user lazy, relaxed, sedated and euphoric. These effects make it an excellent weed strain for night use. Additionally, hybrid strains are what you want if you want specific results from both Indica and Sativa weed. The Sativa effects often hit first. Then the Indica effects creep in afterward for a lovely balanced high.

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Beneficial Effects of AAAA Weed

Top shelf cannabis is known to be very potent and can lead to intense effects. However, these effects are not known to be severe and pass by rather quickly. Below is a list of some of the most common effects associated with AAAA weed use:

Relaxation Happiness Uplifted-ness
Focus Creativity Energy 
Euphoria Lethargy Sedation
Hunger Lethargy Giggles

 

Medical Benefits

Millions use cannabis in Canada for its therapeutic effects. Medical weed patients typically use Sativa strains to treat anxiety, depression, stress, ADD/ADHD, and pain. Many users suffer from chronic ailments that require a heavier dose of medication. These properties make premium AAAA weed an ideal choice for these people. 

Below are some of the most common medical uses of top-shelf marijuana:

Anxiety Depression Stress
Aches Pains Inflammation
Muscle Spasms Insomnia Lack of Appetite
Vomiting ADD/ADHD PTSD
Glaucoma Epilepsy Addictions
Fatigue Nausea Spasticity
Movement Disorders Autoimmune Issues Psychiatric Symptoms

 

Possible Side Effects

As previously mentioned, AAAA weed can be more intense than your average marijuana, but the adverse effects are usually not that bad. However, top-quality cannabis is very potent stuff and users should take it with care. It is never a good idea to drive or partake in any other dangerous activities.

Below are some of the most common adverse effects associated with weed use.

Dry Mouth Red Eyes Lethargy
Dizziness Paranoia Anxiousness
Headaches Nausea Vomiting
Chest Pain Rapid Heart Rate Memory Retention Issues
Coordination Issues Respiratory Irritation Increased Heart Rate
Low Blood Pressure Drowsiness Restlessness

 

Best Ways to Take Cannabis

There are currently a variety of ways to take AAAA weed. For instance, the most common ways to consume marijuana are to:

  • Smoke it in a joint
  • Toke it in a bong
  • Smoke it in a pipe
  • Vape it in a dry herb vaporizer
  • Eat it in edibles

 

Marijuana Dosage Chart:

Top-quality AAAA weed can be extremely potent, so it may not be the best choice for a newcomer. Premium marijuana is for more experienced pot smokers who have built up a tolerance to THC over time. However, new marijuana users surely can safely try it out for themselves.

 

LEVEL POTENCY (THC) EFFECTS FOR WHO?
Microdose < 3%  Non-Psychoactive Microdosers
Low 3 -  9%  Light New Stoners
Moderate 10 - 18% Moderate Moderate Stoners
High 19 - 25% High Heavy Stoners
Stoner > 25% Intense Master Stoners

 

Alternative Products: 

If the best AAAA buds aren’t enough, then there are many other cannabis-related products at their disposal.

Here are some of the most common alternatives to AAAA weed:

Cannabis Concentrates are products with high levels of THC and minimal plant material. The beneficial compounds are separated from the unwanted plant material, leaving a purer and more potent bud. Some of the most common weed concentrates include hashish, shatter weed, budder wax, cannabis oil, terp sauce, weed distillate, and cannabis vapes.

THC Edibles are any marijuana products that you can consume. Many cannabis edibles are everyday food items that users infuse with THC.

Some of Canada’s most famous marijuana edibles include weed gummies, cannabis chocolate, marijuana cookies, THC pills, and cannabis tinctures.

CBD Canada Products are items that don’t lead to users getting high. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoid that people find in hemp and cannabis. However, CBD does not attach to receptors in the brain and does not cause the intoxicating effects customarily associated with weed use. Some of Canada’s most common cannabidiol products include CBD oil, CBD pills, CBD edibles, CBD vapes, and CBD gummies.

Shrooms products are those that contain the psychedelic drug psilocybin. These items are ideal for anyone looking for a much more out-of-this-world experience. Some of the most popular magic mushroom products include dried mushrooms, chocolate shrooms, shroom gummies, shroom pills, and mushroom tea.

 

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At JustCannabis, we are proud to offer some of the finest AAAA weed in our Fire Collection. Try our premium hybrid, Indica and Sativa weed strains now.  We work with some of the best cannabis farmers in B.C. to bring you the most stunning, tasty, and potent buds in Canada. Come sign-up and receive special offers and exclusive promotions. Make JustCannabis your choice for marijuana dispensary and see why we have so many happy customers. 

 

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